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South Side: For Further Reading

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* Brashear, John A.
Bayler, Murray. "'Uncle John's' Home Fades, but His Memory Lives: Fame Came to Quiet Artisan-Scientist of Holt Street," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, [3 November 1943].
"Blaze Guts Landmark in South Side," [Home of John A. Brashear], Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 20 March 1967
Carlin, Karen. "Essentially Pittsburgh: Astronomical: 1908 Brashear Telescope Aimed at the Stars Again," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 22 October 1995, G4.
"Homage Paid in Memory of Dr. Brashear: Many Personally Condole with Family--Thousands Send Messages: Public Mourning," Gazette Times, 10 April 1920.
Kury, Fred H. "Brashear Who Lived a Quotation: Bronze Statue Unveiled in His Honor Recalls Remarkable Life," Pittsburgh Press, 27 November 1927.
"South Side's Famous Scientist: Nickel Look at Stars Started Astronomer Brashear's Career," Pittsburgh Press, 18 October 1959.
"10,000 Present As Great City Says Its Last Farewell to 'Uncle John': Throngs Pass before Bier in Memorial Hall: City's Leaders Pay Tribute," Pittsburgh Post, 12 April 1920.

* Duquesne Brewery & Clock
Barnes, Tom. "Pittsburgh Brewing Co. Says It'll Keep Clock Ticking," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 19 July 1993.
Bryant, Jean. "Repairs Have Stroh's Clock Keeping Up with the Time," Pittsburgh Press, 29 November 1986, B3.
Bull, John M. R. "Old Duquesne Brewery to House Artists, Their Studios," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 6 August 1993, B1.
______________. "South Side Site Sold: Ex-brewery Slated for Artist Studios, Condos, Nightclub," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 3 August 1993, B1,B4.
DaParma, Ron. "Brewhaha Has Artists Seeing Red," Tribune-Review, 12 July 1992, A5.
Downing, John. "Landmark Has Time on Its Hands Again," Pittsburgh Press, 27 October 1983, B1.
Gagetta, Vince. "Workers Criticize Management: 'Duke' Employees: Where Can We Go? 425 Face Prospect of Being without Work in a Month," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 25 October 1972.
Laskas, Jeanne Marie. "Real Pittsburgh: Sobering Changes at the Old Duke Brewhouse," Pittsburgh (November 1984): 17-18.
Miller, Donald. "Brouhaha on the South Side: Birmingham Loft Artists Lose Out in a Dispute with the Brew House over Space for Their Work on the South Side," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 8 March 1993, D2.
Moody, John P. "'Duke' Brewery to Sell Assets, Shutter Plant," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 25 October 1972.
"New Name for Clock," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 22 July 1989, 8.
O'Neill, Brian. "Showdown Brewing on the South Side: Artist Group Trying to Buy Duquesne Brewery Site," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 2 May 1993, 16-19(Magazine).
Rotstein, Gary. "Brew House Plans Bottled Up: Court Backs City's Right to Set Conditions for Redevelopment," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 15 July 1995, B1,B5.
Smith, Matthew P. "Losing Face: A New Sponsor Is Being Sought for the Landmark South Side Clock: WTAE Ends Lease, Timepiece to Be Blank," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 23 April 1993, B1,B4.
Smock, Douglas. "Old Hassles Haunting Duke Beer," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 22 July 1974.
Spatter, Sam. "Old South Side Brewery May House Artists' Center," Pittsburgh Press, 13 July 1984.

* John Eichleay Jr. Co.
Rosensweet, Alvin. "They Moved Everything Except Mountains--And Probably Could Have Done That: Pittsburgh Firm Once Specialized in Moving Office Buildings, Homes, Apartment Houses, Etc.," Toledo Sunday Blade Pictorial, 13 September 1959, 40-43.
Thomas, George. "Nile Temple Going Up 200 Feet--Cost $60 Million: Pittsburgh Know-How Called On to Lift 300,000-Ton Pharaohs to Look at Sun: Inch by Inch Move Will Take 6 Years," Pittsburgh Press, 25 June 1961, 1(Section 2).
Thompson, Leonard. "Buildings on the Move: For Three Generations, the Eichleays of Pittsburgh Have Specialized in Relocating Everything from Bridges to Blast Furnaces," Pittsburgh Press, 2 August 1959, 4-6(Magazine).

* Jones & Laughlin
Buell, Thomas, Jr. "Quiet J & L Makes Steel Profits a Specialty," Pittsburgh Press, 11 April 1989, D1.
Friedman, Arthur B. "J & L Expansion Will End Long Life of First Furnace: Rail Crossing at South Twenty-ninth and Carson Due to Be Eliminated in Few Days," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 27 June 1951.
Gerdel, Thomas W. "Who Gains in J & L Merger? Consolidation Likely to Save Money, Raise Earnings; It Also Saved Jobs, but Will Put 1,200 Others Out of Work," Plain Dealer [Cleveland], 5 August 1979, 1-2(Section 2).
Guggenheim, Ken. "South Siders Back J & L Works As Historic," Pittsburgh Press, 13 May 1988, B8.
Hoerr, John P. And the Wolf Finally Came: The Decline of the American Steel Industry. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh, 1988.
"Last City Blast Furnace Shuts," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 22 June 1979.
Locy, Toni. "'Bottom Falls Out' for J & L's Workers," Pittsburgh Press, 24 May 1984, B1,B9.
Lowry, Patricia. "Memories of Eliza: Photos Conjure Ghosts of Razed Steel Giant," Pittsburgh Press, 9 December 1989, B7.
_____________. "South Side Foundry at Center of Historic Designation Fight," Pittsburgh Press, 8 June 1991, C3.
Markowitz, Jack. "J & L Pgh. Works Not Dying," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 29 March 1971, 1,28.
Perlmutter, Ellen M. "History or Progress: South Side Group Blocks Development of Steel Site," Pittsburgh Press, 20 May 1991, B1,B4.
Pollock, Mark. "The Fate of a South Side Workhorse," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 15 July 1988, 7.
Rock, Andrea. "LTV Steel Birth Restructuring Steel Industry," Pittsburgh Business Times, 3-9 October 1983, 1,15.
Russell, W. L. "Plant Buildup Half Billion Since WWII: Bulk of Spending to Be in District," Pittsburgh Press, 26 October 1954.
Schmitz, Jon. "Landmark or Prime Lot? Council Tours Mill Site Before Vote on Razing by LTV," Pittsburgh Press, 4 May 1988, C1,C5.
Schroeder, Michael. "LTV Acquiring Republic: Steel Firm to Merge with J & L," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 1,10.
Wylie, William H. "There's Still Life in J & L's 'Old Girl,'" Pittsburgh Press, 3 August 1973.

* The Markethouse
Johnson, Robert. "Restoration Urged: Markethouse Idea Selling on South Side," Pittsburgh Press, 7 September 1969.
Rosensweet, Alvin. "South Side Center Is Open," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 20 May 1978.
"South Side Market House Urged for Play Center: Commercial Use of First Floor, Dwindling for Years, No Longer Pays Council Told," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 16 November 1943.

* The Monastery
Leonard, Vince. "Life in the Monastery: Monks Weave Lighthearted Moments into Days of Worship," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 6 April 1985, 9,16.
Spatter, Sam. "St. Paul's to Convert Monastery to Housing," Pittsburgh Press, 24 October 1976, C6.
Vondas, Jerry. "Order to Honor Founding Father: City Monastery Showing Polish Roots," Pittsburgh Press, 25 November 1977.
"Welcome to the Passionist Monastery Church of St. Paul of the Cross, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, South Side." [Brochure.] [Pittsburgh]: St. Paul of the Cross Monastery, n.d.

* Riverboat Gambling
Barnes, Tom. "Gambling Firm to Open Office on South Side," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 28 September 1994, C5.
___________. "S. Side Gambling Site Foes Surprised by Poll," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 20 January 1995, C1.
___________. "South Siders Are Promised a Say on Betting: Pro-gambling Legislator Says Neighbors' OK Will Be Needed," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 4 November 1994, B1,B6.
Cholodofsky, Rich. "South Side Citizens Want Dealt Out of Riverboat Gambling," Tribune-Review, 29 March 1994, A1,A5.
Gannon, Joyce. "A Riverfront Gamble: South Siders Ponder Housing Values," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 20 March 1994, J1.
Rotstein, Gary. "South Side Business Sits Tight on Gambling," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 12 May 1994, B5.
____________. "South Side Residents Tell Murphy They Don't Want Gambling," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 29 March 1994, A1,A6.
____________. "South Siders Play the Odds: Although Some South Side Residents Think the Worst of a Proposed Riverboat Gambling Casino on the Old LTV Site, Many Others Say Most People Gamble, So Why Not Here?" Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 14 March 1994, B1,B4.

* St. Michael's
Anderson, Mike. "End of Era Saddens St. Michael Festival," Pittsburgh Press, 30 September 1973, A7.
"Church Keeps Vow Made in Plague 96 Years Ago: Thanksgiving and Memorial Masses to Be Held at St. Michael's," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 22 August 1945.
Duin, Julia. "Parishoners Rally to Reopen Church," [St. Michael's.] Tribune-Review, 7 May 1993, B1.
_________. "Parishoners Pray, File Suit for Return of Their Church," Tribune-Review, 27 July 1993, B1.
"Epidemic in 1848: St. Michael's to Mark Cholera Day Aug. 18," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 7 August 1965.
Lowry, Patricia. "Essentially Pittsburgh: Old World Meets Modern Realities," [St. Michael's.] Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 31 January 1993, 14-15 (Magazine).
"Mass Scheduled for Dead in Cholera Plague of 1849: Services at St. Michael's 102nd Since Holy Day Vow Was Made to End Disease," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 21 August 1951.
Seebacher, Noreen. "South Side Church Marks 'Cholera Day,'" Pittsburgh Press, 18 August 1986, B1,B3.
Sharpe, Jerry. "St. Michael Observance Stems from Miracle, Tragedy," Pittsburgh Press, 18 August 1979, B3.

* South Side--Community
Barnes, Tom. "Neighbors Are Frank Objecting to 'O' Plan: South Siders Resist Idea for Hot Dog Shop Branch," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 18 November 1994, B5.
___________. "South Side Group Tries to Stop Sale of Mon Land," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 14 May 1992, 4.
___________. "S. Side Hot Dog Shop Site Rejected," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 23 December 1994, C5.
___________. "South Side Marina Plan Draws Protests," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 12 December 1990, 4.
Bernhard, Andrew. "The South Side: A Blend of Lifestyles: Strength in Numbers," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 27 April 1977, 15.
Carlin, Margie. "A Walk on the South Side," Pittsburgh Press Roto, 23 June 1974, 7-8.
Delahan, William. "Renaissance on the South Side: Trim and Tidy Row Homes Close to Bustle of Downtown Area Show Community Pride," Pittsburgh Press, 12 June 1966, 3(Magazine).
Donalson, Al. "Haunted by Mills, South Siders Cool to Yuppie Takeover," Pittsburgh Press, 11 March 1985, B1,B5.
Gannon, Joyce. "South Side Experiencing Renaissance," Pittsburgh Business Times, 5-11 March 1984, 1,21.
Gaul, Christopher R. "The Time May Finally Have Come for the City's South Side," Pittsburgh Business Journal, 3 May 1982, 6-7.
Hammonds, Donald I. "South Side Planners Aim to Blend Best of Old with New," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 28 November 1985, C6.
_________________. "South Side's 'New Image' Draws Business Boom," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 25 December 1986, 45.
Holder, Robert. "Confrontations on Carson Street: An Influx of a Cosmopolitan Middle Class Challenges the Stability of the South Side," Pittsburgh (September 1984): 54-58.
Hymowitz, Carol. "Staying Home: Slavic Neighborhoods, Proud and Close-Knit, Flourish in Pittsburgh: Communities Remain United by Church and Factory, Societies and Geography: One up on the Suburbanites," Wall Street Journal, 12 September 1979, 1,30.
Kane, Mary. "Beyond East Carson," Pittsburgh Press, 19 August 1990, 12-15, 20-21(Magazine).
Kidney, Walter C. "Problems & Possibilities on the South Side," Pittsburgher Magazine (November 1993): 53-59.
Love, Gilbert. "Mini-Renaissance in Action: South Side Story: The South Side Is Trying to Spruce Up Its Drab Image and Appears to Be Succeeding; Renovated Buildings, Some New and Arty Shops, Artificial Turf for South High Stadium and a New Bridge Are Just Some of the Features," Pittsburgh Press, 18 January 1978, B1.
Lowry, Patricia. "South Side Heritage, Progress Can Co-Exist," Pittsburgh Press, 21 June 1991.
_____________. "South Side: Nostalgia Meets Enterprise on E. Carson St.," Pittsburgh Press, 24 April 1986, D1,D3.
McCloskey, William. "The South Side: An Area Still Full of Promise," Pittsburgh Business Journal, 21 May 1984.
McHugh, Roy. "South Side Surge Turns Business Risk into Chic," Pittsburgh Press, 15 June 1980, A2.
Miller, Donald. "South Side Celebrations Focus on Very New, Very Old," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 16 October 1981, 25.
Morgenthaler, Eric. "Uneasy Street: Old Retailing Section in Pittsburgh Reflects the Economy's Pause: East Carson Merchants Feel the Pinch As Consumers Tighten Up Purse Strings: One Bad Sign: $100 Bills," Wall Street Journal, 14 December 1976, 1,36.
Nilsson, David. "South Side Shines with Political Promise," Pittsburgh Press, 5 May 1978.
Rotstein, Gary. "Down By the Riverside: Housing Plan Takes Advantage of South Side's Riverfront Assets," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 31 January 1994, B5.
"South Side Slum Upkeep Praised: Residents Make an Effort to Keep Their Homes Repaired and Clean, Survey by Pittsburgh Housing Assn. Reveals; Only 22 Per Cent Homes in Bad Shape," Pittsburgh Press, 23 July 1939.
"Storefronts Sought on South Side," Pittsburgh Press, 11 June 1984, B4.

* South Side--History
Barnes, Tom. "Historic District Designation Sought on South Side," Pittsburgh Post Gazette, 19 January 1993, C6.
From These Slopes and Flats: Lee Dittley's Old South Side. [Pittsburgh]: Birmingham Union, 1979.
Lee, Carmen J. "Old Pictures of Immigrants Stir Memories," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 21 April 1992, 4.
Searching for a Reusable Past: Birmingham: Pittsburgh's Historic South Side. [Pittsburgh]: Birmingham Union, n.d.
Ziegler, Arthur P., Jr. Birmingham: Pittsburgh's South Side. Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation, [1968].

* South Side Hospital
Bowman, Lee. "South Siders Ask Hospital Voice," Pittsburgh Press, 15 August 1978.
Capozzoli, Cathy. "South Side Hospital to Move to $39 Million Building," Pittsburgh Business Times, 8-14 November 1982.
Johnson, Vince. "Story of a Hospital and Its Faithful," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 20 May 1957.
"New S. Side Hospital Opening Planned," Pittsburgh Press, 8 November 1982, A7.
Pierce, Henry W. "Hospitals to Move to 'No Frills' Site," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 22 December 1982, 5.
Spatter, Sam. "Funds, Services Decide Design of New Hospitals," Pittsburgh Press, 2 November 1980, H1.
Swetnam, George. "A Hospital's Growing Pains: It's Been a Tough Job to Carry Out the Ideal Conceived by Three Doctors Back in 1889," Pittsburgh Press, 19 May 1957, 4-5 (Magazine).

* Station Square
Barnes, Tom. "Station Square Sold to Developer, Casino Firm," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 1 September 1994, C1.
DaParma, Ron. "Station Square Expansion Envisions Park, Restaurant," Tribune-Review, 30 January 1991, A7.
Fine, Steve. "Once a Dreary South Side Industrial Slum, Station Square Now Is Glowing Tourist Mecca," Pittsburgh Business Times, 31 August - 6 September 1981, 12.
Kalina, Mike. "Station Square: Promotions, Easy Parking, Entertainment Key to Success," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 24 August 1984, 26.
Kidney, Walter C. "The Freight House: Station Square," Pittsburgher Magazine (October 1979): 29-32.
_______________. "Remembering Industry at Station Square," Dynamic Business (July/August 1992): 14-15.
Merkel, Ralph. "Once Birthday Gift, Historic Railcar Rolls into Station Square," Pittsburgh Press, 27 July 1980.
Stolberg, Mary. "Station Square Debut: Optimism the Byword," Pittsburgh Press, 5 October 1979, A2.

* Veronica's Veil
Bennett, Joe. "The Passion on Pius Street: To Those Who Stage It, 'Veronica's Veil' Is More Than a Play; It's a Kind of Love," Pittsburgh Press Roto, 24 March 1974, 20,22,24.
"Steelworker Plays Role of Christus During Lent: He and Scores of Others Are Lifted from Everyday Labors to Portray Religious Characters," Pittsburgh Press, 1 March 1939.


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